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Sills & Betteridge LLP

GROSVENOR CHAMBERS, 23 KING STREET, NOTTINGHAM, NG1 2AY, ENGLAND
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Work 0115 941 1469
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Fax 0115 947 6073
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www.sillslegal.co.uk

East Midlands: Corporate and commercial

Corporate and commercial: elsewhere in the East Midlands
Corporate and commercial: elsewhere in the East Midlands - ranked: tier 3

Sills & Betteridge LLP

‘Very strong for corporate and commercial work in Lincolnshire’, Sills & Betteridge LLP acts for clients across a range of sectors, from agriculture and energy, to healthcare, gaming machines, printing and retail. The group's main focus is on small-to-mid-market transactions; recent highlights include advising Tradeglaze on its acquisition of double glazing supplier Allenby Glass and assisting Richard Dewey and Anna Clarke with the management buyout of animal health specialist Battles. The team strengthened its commercial offering with the addition of associate Andrew Kerrigan from rradar, who adds regulatory and compliance expertise to the practice's existing strengths in commercial contracts, data protection and intellectual property. Senior partner and practice head Andrew Payne ‘is an excellent corporate lawyer’ who ‘provides a good sounding board’. Ed Capes, James Conduit, Euan McLaughlin and Martin Walsh are also recommended. Other clients include Micronclean, Hemswell Estates and Reflex Gaming.

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East Midlands: Private client

Family
Family - ranked: tier 3

Sills & Betteridge LLP

The ‘organised, efficient and proactive’ team at Sills & Betteridge LLP stands out from competing firms through its strong focus on emergency injunction work and offers a vast array of divorce and childcare experience, including specialist expertise in forced marriage and honour-based violence, international child abducation, domestic violence and private children law. Mediator and practice head John Mitchell, Helen Derry, ‘extremely capable advocate’ Chrystal Theofanous, the ‘fiercely effective’ Mo Hayes, and associate Victoria Rowson are among the key practitioners. Recent highlights include representing a mother in an international child abducation instruction after she had fled with her two children from Hungary to the United Kingdom to escape abuse from the father, involving a psychological assessment of the children and High Court proceedings.

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